Tolley®Conferences are pleased to announce the return of their popular Tax Planning for Non-Domiciliaries conference, taking place in Central London on Wednesday 14 November this year. The conference will provide delegates with practical guidance on the budget impacts for non-domiciliaries.
It’s no secret that domicile status is a tricky matter to fully grasp. When HMRC released the recent changes to the taxation rules for non-doms, Tolley®Conferences knew they had to get to grips with the new legislation quickly.
Huge changes to the remittance basis charge, residence planning and the statutory residence test are no small adjustments. To understand the full impact of these updates and discover the latest planning opportunities, Tolley®Conferences’ flagship UK Private Client conference is the ideal event.
Designed for Private Client Lawyers, Private Client Accountants, Heads of Wealth Management, Private Bankers and Trust Managers, attendees of this conference will:
• Hear from James Kessler QC on the Statutory Residence Test 2013. Delegates will take away all they need to know for correctly determining their client’s tax position
• Understand the implications of the new annual charge when applied to residential properties over £2m
• Take away a concise round-up of how business investment relief will play out in the first 6 months
• Ensure they successfully navigate the pension maze and understand pension implications of leaving the UK and setting up UK pension arrangements
• Hear from Giles Clarke on the consultation on proposed amendments to section 13 TCGA and the transfer of assets abroad provisions following the EU’s infraction notice
Chaired by Alan Binnington, Private Client Director, RBC Trust Company (International) Limited and with some of the leading figures in UK wealth advisory, this is one event those in the industry will not want to miss.
Tolley®Conferences are offering potential delegates the chance to save 30% on full price bookings. Bookings can be made online at www.conferencesandtraining.com/non-doms or by emailing email@example.com.
For more information visit www.conferencesandtraining.com/non-doms